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THE MAttllK DAILY TIMES, BAKJlti. VT.. TUESDAY', rttlWUAUY 1, 1921.
Incorporated rAtf Sore Here Quality Counts Prices Are Lower on itUndenveQR The kind of underwear that has added materially to the reputation of this store. Carters and Winchester Mills A full selection of all-wool, wool and cotton and cotton Union Suits and separate garments at prices which are as low as good quality will permit. Women's Carter Union Suits fn silk and wool, merino and heavy cotton. High and low neck styles, with and without sleeves, ankle length, beautifully finished ,and noted for their perfect fit. Former prices were $0.00, $4.50 and .$2.75. New Lowered Prices $4.50-$3.38-$2.06 Women's Carter's Vests Ail stylos, in silk and wool, merino and cotton. Former prices were $3.50, $3 and $2. New Lowered Prices $2.63, $2.25, $1.50 Women's Fleeced Union Suits ilay cotton, warmly fleeced, in all" wanted otyle. Former prices were $2.7., $2.50 and $:i:. New Lowered Prices $2.06, $1.S9, $1.69 Children's Union Suits, Vests and Drawers Made by the Winchester Mills, which is our guarantee of quality. Made of combed yarns and heavily fleeced. High and round neck, ankle length. Former prices were $1.89, $1.50, 95c and 89c. New Lowered Prices S1.42-S1.13 71c-67c TALK OF T11F. TOWN The Victor records for February are all on sale to-day at Bailey's Music Knows. adv. Kepular dance nin by J. P. tawler, Washington sclioolhouse " hall, Feb. 4, 8 to 1 ; 7.)c a. couple. adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Special prices given on phonoprapli outfits this week at Bailey's Music Kooms. adv. Be sure and attend the prize, waltz Wednesday, Feb. 2, in Howlund ball. Carroll's orchestra. adv. &O0 TlUlIt ferlNFANTSSINVAUDS Horlick's" The Original Avoid Imitation! and Substitute. Fot!nfnti.Inva1litndOrowInChl1dren I Rich Milk. Mattfd Grain Extrart In Powder icOriEinalFooa-DrinkForAUAge No Cooking Nourishing Digebla NEW SALES ft for Dodge Bros. Cars Dodge Bros, automobiles will have its sales rooms at 303 North Main Street, Barre. Salesroom will be in readi ness about Feb. 10th, where there will be a complete line of Dodge Bros, closed and open cars on display. Before you place your order for a new car, come in and look over Dodge Bros, line of motor cars and trucks. We will take your old car in exchange. Cars sold on 8 t-asy terms to responsible parties. A. D. Haves Podge Bros. Dealer, Telephone 224 Montpelier. 3 H A R R E JD A TT A' TTMES TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1921. The Weather. Fuir and riot .ho cold to-night; Wednesday unsettled and warmer; probably snow in Vermont; moderate northeast and east winds. TALK OF THE TOWN Underwear Warm Underwear is 'v.-h you need at this time. We have all grades, from $2.00 to $9.00 a suit. Munsins Union Suits, none better. See us about your Underwear. The: Frank McWhorter Co. Even pianos are sold at reduced prices at Bailey's Music Kooms this week. adv. (iordon Owen of KiistcTn avenue is detained from his duties at the A. W. Badger & Co. store on account of ill ness. The senior sodality girls will hold their regular monthly meeting in the convent Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Kegular inretitur of (irecn Mountain lodjic, No. -till, I. A. of M., Wednesday evening, Feb 2, at 7 :.' o'clock. Ke fresiiments. Fred Vat-met of Washington lo-day submitted to an operation at the City hospital, in which a cataract was re moved from his light eye. Basketball, armory, Montpelier, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, Montpelier post, No. .'!, vs.' l.aconia, X. IF. Game called at H : 1 ." Itaiici n; after the game. ad. The monthly meetinjf of the execu tive committee of die Community house will be held Wednesday night at 7:110 o'clock at the Community house. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paul of Orange street went Saturday night to Cbve- luwl, O., where Mr. Paul has located employment as a poli-her and tool sharpener. . Kwrymm flmuM become acquainted with Ireland. An instructive illu truted lecture will be given in the ("iii vei salist chiin h Friday night, Feb. 4. K very body invited. adv. .Maccabees, attention! A regular meeting of Harmon review, No. 1. will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, followed by a social hour after the meiting. Balloting. Collector will be at hall nt 7 o'clock for due The woman's association of the Con gregational church will meet in the church parlor to-mnrrow at 2:15 p. in. and adjourn for one week in order to accept the invitation of the Methodist home missionary society to meet with them. Dewey Cecchini, who for the past several months has been employed at the Fore Kiver shipyards in Quiney. Mass., is having a week's vacation from his clerical work and is now stopping at hi home on Webster ave nue. He says that many men are now being discharged from the yards. In the past three week a second ice crop has formed on the small pond in .lockey Hollow, and yesterday ')" men started the work of cutting and storing it for the Ward Ice Co. IJ. H. Humphrey, a foreman, who had two ribs wrenched from the spine several weeks ago while working near the end less chain at the ice house, was able to resume his duties. The basketball team of Ilarrc post, No. 10, consisting of Ilaskett, Hjorn, Watson, Paul, Hall, Giacherio and Web ster, leave this afternoon for St. Al bans to play the C.ieen Mountain post team there to-night, the team which they defeated in the Spaulding gym nasium 21 to 2.1, three weeks ago. Man ager Hubert Diack is making arrange ments to have a ftrong Fort J-Xhan Allen team here Friday night, a team which will represent the third cavalry. Friday evening Spauhling's basket ball team plays Waterbnry high's team in a league game on the Waterbnry floor. Todav Principal Lyman C. Hunt of rpauiiiing was informed by the Waterbnry management that 50 tick ets had been reserved for liarre peo ple, so it therefore become necessary tor those intending to attend the game to inform Mr. Hunt, as the Waterbnry manager wishes to place the tickets on sale in Watcrburv after Wednesday evening, if anv of the liarre reserva tions are unspoken for. A goodly number of wrestling fans and. for the most part, well wishers of (iardini, gathered in the Tosi pool teademv on North Main street alter hours last night waiting for reports on the Lewis (iardini match held in Mechanic hall in lhnton last night. A fir.-t call put through to the Hoston post about 11:15 brought the news that no decision had been reached after one hour and 15 minutes of wrestling. A seeond call alKOit 1 1 : 15 rexealed that the match was still in progress. At this time the crowd dispersed to their several homes. Iiritno Tosi of Tosi Hros. it Co.. upon retirinir to his home, tried another call to the Post, and this ime was rewarded. Lewis had thrown the ''Pride of Little Italy" in one hour nd 3S minutes. TALK OF THE TOWN Supixr will be sprved at the Methodist iburch Thnr-diy n;ght from 5 to (1:10; price. ,'!.V Menu: I reamed u- li no; rolls , Salads Tickles Cake CoftVe adv. l t.i r... nn ( VTir Eat llarre Thursday night vlij'ilwill me.t at Chin Cordon hall at :."(. Motor con veyance. R.giiUr st-.ted con vention of Vineitin lodge No. 10, Knights of I'ythias. Tuesday. Feb. 1. at 7:3D "dock p. m. Per order C. C. EAST BARRE Recular meeting of Winbosen trilM-. No. l!. I. ). K. M.. on Thursday nening at 7 nVlmk. Iro quois trilw of Harre will Uit us and work chief degree on a l:i of candidates. A piHd attendance of nicmtwrs. requested. A rrgiilar meeting of lUrre po-t. No. 10. American Ieion, will held Wednesday evening, Feb. 2. IP 7 w- m am i-.f (Iran. ite chapter. No. 2. R. A. M, 1 l 1.-1. 1 t r. m Wk. V. and M. E. M. d gree. tjf Per order W. M. "Broadway Hose," a new Victor rec ord, 85c at Bailey's Music iJooms. adv. Richard Burns, of Pittsfield, Mass., was a business visitor in Bane to day. c;ular meeting of Bright Star Re bekah lodge, Wednesday evening, at 7:30. W. .1. Coburn of Northampton, Mass., spent the week end a .f. W. Scott's, 52 (iraiiite street. You will enjoy the illustrated lec ture on Ireland in the I'niversalist church Friday night. adv. Rev. W. A. Da isou went to his home in Burlington Uh morning, aft er a visit with the Uuptift pariah here. Dr. and Mrs. K. F. Ileininger of Summer street, spent the week end visiting friends and relatives in Bur lington. . Ireland has its beauty spots as well as. a history Come to the illustrated lecture in the I'niversalist church Fri day night. adv. - W. ('. Lanphier is settling the ac count in the estate of Margaret Moon ey, late of Montpelier. in which he was recently appointed administrator. Basket ball, armory. Mont pelier, on Wednesday, Feb. 2. Montpelier post. No. :). vs. Laeonia, V 11- (tame called at H:b Dancing af'.cr the frame. -ad. W. M. Lvnde and brother, R. V, Lynde, were in Burlington yesterday hi business pertaining to vocational education, which the latter Mr. Lynde intends to begin some time 40011. Mrs. Agnes Scott and son, Wendell, have returned to their home on Avers street from New York Citv, where hey lme been visiting for the past two weeks with Mrs. Scott s sister, Mrs. .Ada Carswell. Mrs. Orrin Hughes of Kim street, who is taking a two weeks' vacation from her duties as saleslady at the Adams Co. store, and who returned from JMainlicId yesterday, has gone to Chelsea to make a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Krncst .1. Bison are expected tonight from Springfield. Mass., where Mrs. Bisson has, for the oast four weeks, been a patient at the Mercy hospital, recuperating from an operation for acute appendicitis. Miss Mary Riirzi of Coinolli street, who recently completed a four year term of service ns stenographer at the firanite Savings Bank I rust Co., began work yesterday as stenog rapher in the .1. Ward Carver law olliee. The Cucrnsey and ILdstcin herd of Charles I). Perry and son of Pla infield has been placed on the list of accred ited herds, the owners having received 1 certificate to that ollVet from the I'nited States department of agricul ture, bureau of animal industry. A herd of .11 rattle, owned by W. .1. and Kdward Bisson of Orange, were driven through Barre streets to-day when being sent to Burlington to la killed. The cattle were recently con demned after tuberculin tests had been made, ,14 of a herd of 50 being con demned. Dennis Rivait and son, Vaul, and Mbs Mina Rivait, who came here at attend the funeral of John Mcllugo, returned to their home in Newtonville, Mass., yesterday. Others here to attend the funeral, who returned yesterday to their homes, were Mrs. Albert Stent of Springfield, Mass., Patrick Mcllugo of Bliukinton, Mas.. Miss Nellie Mcllugo of Burlington and Mrs. O. J. I.atam of North Adams, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Rivait of Woodsville, N. II., re turned to-day. The election committee of the laiard of abb-mien is at wi.rk preparing the check list for the city election to be held March 1, 1921. I'nder the present law the names of such women only as were assessed and paid a poll tax for the year 11(20 previous to Feb. 15. IK21, will be retained or placed on the check list. Any man 01 woman who was eligible for a poll tax on April 1. 1!(20, but was riot assessed for the ame, may hae their name placed on the check list by having themselves listed for a poll tax ami paying the same on or before Feb. 15 next. Mrs. Mina Mitchell, who for many years has been a resident at the cty farm, died during the night at the state ho-pital, here she was taken a couple of months ago. She was a native of Burlington, coming from a good family, lur parents being Burtun and Olive Shattuck. She was well ed ucated and spoke both Ocrman and French fluently. She was a will-read woman, who kept posted on topics of the ilav. She was four times married, each of her bu-bands Being a veteran of the Civil war. She leaves no rela tives that can be found. She was 7 years of age. The funeral arrange men! are not completed, but probably the funeral v.-ill tak? place, Wednes day. St. Michael's college basketball team defeated the MoiHpclier seminary team in the armory Monday evening by a score of 2S to 1.1. It was a poorly played game, there being a large num Imt" of fouls called; in fact, tha mo?t of the scores were made in that man ner ns far Montpelier was con ccrued. At times both- teams would --pruce up and play fa--t ball. The lo cal team was at a disadvantage be cause of th" fact that there were only two of its regular men playing. In the first p-Tiod the score was 8 to 7. all of tlio point? l-ing made on fouls excepting one ha-ket thrown from the floor. The summary: Baskets ruin the floor. Wilkins 4, Croteai! 2. Linne han. -t lark I: from foul-. Wilkins 12; Montpelier, tiould, (lob-n 1; from fouls. Ci res-da 0; referee Skallield; timer, .lohns.in: scorer. Cameron; time, two 20-minu'e rh-ds. MONTPELIER Economy In "lour Table Drink is best found in the purchase of a tin of Instant POSTUM Rich flavar-No fete Made easily and (juicily Ask Your Grocer Mrs. Harriet Smilie, who wa elect ed in the general elections last Novem ber as a justice in .Montpelier, stated yesterday afternoon that she will not accept her commission and that she will return it to (hm-mor James Hart ness when it reaches hi r. She at ate that the reason why she doe not care to accept the commission is that she was an ant i-suirragit and that while she was not active she believes that some woman who has been active in gaining eual suH'rnge should have the first honors; then-fore, nhe will not take u commission. The name of Miss Kvelyn Lease has been siigg'-Hted as 'a likely appointee . Someone trying to start something was looking over the check li.st in Montpelier Monday afternoon t.o ' see where Frank C. Curry resides, for the purpose, it was stated, of ascertaining: if there was a vacancy in the school board and if an election was necessary in ward three the coming year. The cheekliat shows that he lives in ward four and the street number is that of the house owned by S. S. Ballard. Mr.! Corrv was elected last year and has ac complished considerable since in the way of changing the attitude of some on 'the board, it is faid, towards the wants of the people. Possibly, although his name is in ward four, it may be a temporary residence, as it was with the wise of " Commissioner Ira Richard son last vear and Willis Parker, who I was an alderman from ward ix a few years since. As bis last official act in connection with criminal business in Montpelier city court Judge K. M. Harvey on Mon day afternoon ' sentenced Carl Haskell of Marshtield to the house of correc tion for not less than one year nor more than four, i he matter was held up last week pending investigation; but the probation depart merit did not care to take on tlii-j case in winch Has kell pleaded guilty to statutory rape. Kdward Smith, who was intoxicated Saturday evening, pleaded guilty to the offense Monday afternoon and was given 'Mi days in jail and a line of 15 and costs. He was arrested by the po lice. The Pythian Sisters conducted a whist party in their hall Monday eve ning which was attended by enough to surround 12 tables with players. The evening was pleasantly enjoyed. Refreshment were served. The com mitee wa Mrs. Jane Chase and Mrs. (ieorge Silloway. The married couples' dance was en joyed in the Bailey hall Monday eve ning. L. C. Moody, county clerk, was very !,u-y this morning making out notary itunmissvuns and taking the oath of those state oflicials who had to qualify in order to begin their new regime. Mrs. S. W. Doty left this morning for her home in Chicago, having been th guest of Dr. L. H. lirigham for a few week. K. H. Kdgerlon of Rochester was in the city to-day. Rev. Joseph Dovlo went to his home 11 Winooki this morning after spend ing the week end in the city. I ! VT Tm TTtT T T TT TTT 1 1 BETHEL Rev. Mania S Selninn, a former pastor of the Cniversalist church nt Fast Bethel, recently completed a two years' pastorate at the Cniversalist church, Marblehead. Mass. Mrs. Jennie Davis, aged 70 years, died Saturday night at the home of bet daughter in Fitihburg, Mass., when .lie lived many ears. Born in Iras burg. she first was married to Jamc P. Martin, and nfter his death in tlri town, she was married, in 1S!4, t Aaron J. Davis, who died many year ;iiro. She is mrvived bv her only ch-1 1 Mabel, wife of Walter Henderson. Th body was expected to arrive this aft ernoon and plans were made for tic interment at Cherry Hill cemetery In side her first husband. Bronchial pneumonia patients in elude Mis Viola Dutton. a high schoo student, and Doris Northrop. Dr. V. II. Kddy is out after a fort night's illness. The ladies' social union will met-' with Mi-s Abbie Whitcomb. Wedncs !a. Feb. 2. 1 lie five-year-old son of Perley Sun lers of Ruche-tcr broke bis leg if-i terday in a coasting accident ami wc taken to the Mary Fletcher hopi1aI ii Burlington. 1 h" accident resulted fn-n 1 collision of the ltoy's sb-d with a tr near his home. Theodore Clifford entertained a grouj of his young friends at his home lis -vening. hi 12th birthday anniverarv The Woman's club met yesterdu; iftcrnoon at Mrs. C. Clifford' an is a gue-t of honor, entertained Mr Walter W. Slack of Springfield, pres dent of the Vermont federation. Re fn-shmcnt were served. There was vocal an-1 instrumental niuie bv Mr-. Donald S. Arnold. Mr. Marv L. Bailey .and Mr. NeNon M. Cay Mr-. Slack txike of the federation's oh jcctives in 1021. New nfTivr? of the fl. C. I. A. an Ii-hn Murray, president; John Galhi vice -president ; George Williams-.n financial secretary; A. M. Henry, cor respondent secretary. GRANITEVILLE G0OP CO, SERVICE SATISFACTION Hurry, If You Want One of Our Winter Coats at a Big Saving They are' going fast, and it is your opportunity to buy a good warm coat in the newest style at a ridicu lously low price. Coats sold up to $30.00 at $15.00 $35.00 Coats, all at 19.75 $40.00 Coats, all at 23.75 $45.00 Coats, all at 27.50 $50.00 Coats, all at 29.50 $60.00 Coats, all at 36.50 $75.00 Coats, all at 45.00 Plush Coats Sold at $39.50, now $22.50 Sold at $45.00, now 29.75 Sold at $50.00, now 32.50 Sold at $60.00, now 37.50 Sold at $75.00, now 49.75 THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY WILL1AMSTOWN mmMammMiuammmmmmma i mi m The irranL'O social that was held at Thcron Williams' last Friday evening wa well attended. The evening was spent in singing and playing games. The sum of 1') was taken in ami the game is to be turned in to the grange treasurer. The social and dinner that was to be !..-ld with Mrs. W. B. Jones on Wednes day next will lie held at the vestry instead. K. J. Rntter, optometrist, will lie at the Hotel Friday, the 4th. Call and have vottr eyes examined. adv. Thc'lIonie'Study club will meet at ;he home of Mrs." Musette H. Seaver , Thursday afternoon at 2::10 o'clock. !he subjict is the second in the 'erics; f good citizenship meetings. t. IVgul.tr meeting of Mystic circle, u. 1S"i. at 7 o'clock Wednesday. All memlx-r of Rolx-rt Fmmett court V.,. .".i'4. C. O. F., will pleae meet at the home of Joseph Latinlitte Wednes day morning at 8:.".0 o'clock to attend the funeral of our late brother, Kmilc K. K. Laviolctte. Wear badges and white gloves. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED Wood choj-t.rm ,n pulp. (4 a cmst. r"d chance; MrUalf McDonald. Gnlnn. Vt 21 lU WAN'TKD - Pniolion hjr a man ith rpn- riw-e nrintf armiii oonrr tn- mm an u- . .. A . ' I .n ms.. .ha r. n U all I 1 ,1 ' ! of iwnlina and rnrinr: Inquire by t -.- to -A. H. car Tlmr ofli. J", in W NT KD - One rooH teamster ami n.e vd all-nsind man; Momaon rartn - . -1 WANTED One or two furnished nd tested room m-tth privOeire of lUht acuarV-. , i. inc ; a.ldr-een "i. .." care Time. . "- Vi9 SHERIFFS SALE At City cf Barre Vermont, on the ;sth dT of January. A. V. ivil. I.y virtue of cond-on brkra in a rditimial ale exe- euled l y f hester Meaker and delivered to Harre I!" to., I nr., of City of Barre. on the l:h day cf Oclrer. A. D. 1--'I. tr-fnll.'m-.. l-vnM w!arty mm taken r-y me: One Fa:he ihoo-rrar-K mV-l 17. num ber l7i-': and te .me :l e m.11 at i-.it-!, a im- v"Q fer raeh. 1o t Se hifh-st bidder. t, satisfy atd coo.consl aale a the ia rfirert.. at oviork ia te aftet.a. nn th Mtrj a.y t rfmflrr. ei i. i,.i. my o-Iic. F.-sn Na 1. Hi.ter ttiock, Nona Main -trret. i' - HTe. Vt. F. O. MIN AhD. D-icty Sben?. tcblu Income Tax Facts You Should Know. Increased rentals adde.l largely to the profits of the landlords last year, very dollar of whith must be included n the taxpayer's return of income. .Iross income includes all amounts re lived as rent. Ruth landlord and ten--,iit are allowed certain deductions. Where property is held for renting nirpo-es, the owner may deduct the ost of securing tenants, such as ad ertising, and the maintenance ex-H-nses, such as light, fuel, janitor serv er, insurance and ordinary repairs. A cnant may deduct the rent paid for business premises, but not for bis ';ome, which is a per-onal or living e .eiise. Interest arid taxes paid by the cnant on behalf of the landlord are le.liietible by the tenant as additional ental. provided the property is bui ., ss property. Such items represent '.iconics to the landlord and must be :u bided in his return of gross income, nit are deductible by him also. Ficpientlv " tenant agrees to erect i building 'or make other permanent iiiprovemctits for the benefit of the andh.rd. The cost of such improve i.nt is a capital expenditure, and in fdcr to return to the tenant his in est merit of capital, an annual deduc- i,.ii may be made from gros- income f an amount eiiiiil to the total cost f such improvements divided by the .inibcr of vear of the term of the use. and such deduction "hall be in :.u of a deduction for depreciation. Cnd-r the In ad of depreciation own rs arc allowed a 'Teasonafile amount f;ir exhaustion, wear and tear of prop rty used in trade or business, includ-i:-j a reasonable allowance for obso vMvnoe." This deduction nnisf be made s a separate item on the return and i, ust W explained by showing M-p-iratelv each class of property. it cost r fair m-irk.-t value on March 1. Hl.t. f acquired prior thereto, value at the bite of acipiisilion if acquired by gift, levi-e or descent, estimated life, de re.iation ch.irord for the year lt'20 tnd total depreciation charged for all 'axable years. No Specific Rate. . the rate at which depreciation mav be claimed i de-ndcnt upin lo--l' ct.nditions, the ue to winch the nopertv i put. and its probable life Mme under normal condition-. pe--ifie rate i established by the law and regulation. While each taxpayer must eonipiite the probable lifetime of bis nropcrtv without regard to Uie fol lowing 'figures, it lias been estimated that the probable lifetime of a frame building is 2-" vear, a brick hudding 17, year, a i-tone. ateel or concrete building -"0 to 100 year. To compute the proper amount of depreciation the taxpayer should de 1 ermine the probable lifetime of the nropcrtv. then divide the fair mar ket value as of March 1. 101.1. or the -t if acquired subseipicnt thereto, bv ho, number of vear determined. This will ,-ive the annual depreciation allowable. For examtde, a frame buill n" th probable lifetime of which I "."v arJ t.s. .l.10. Pivide ?4.00O t",v and claim 120 each year as dc ireeiation IVsliiition for depreciation are lim ;?ed trirtlv t bu-ine property, nhieb include I not only building- bill ma.hinorv. aomo!,Ucs. fnrm tractor, mines and mill equipment. -nice furni ture, instruments n-ed by profession al pn-n. and lnk .1. H. Itnrke IV-puty ( ol'-'ifor if (hurge. Card of Thmkt. I wi'h rxpre- tnv thanks t" tlie nur-t, Mi- W.lkrr and Ir. Wo..-l-rufT for tb. ir k o lr- - and g-d y-rc. !.. to rev tieitii' rs and f-ier-ds f..r the'r V:Mnea p-i yint-t'iy t. me during mv tav at the City U.i ' V " Nt I Nv ls- n. riainfi.-l-I. Col umbia ecords at 85c Starting to-day, all 10-inch Columbia Records not executed by exclusive Columbia artists will be 85 cents. Below is a partial list, formerly $1.00, now 85c: Drifting Along On Miami Shore Think of Me, Little Daddy -But Uncle Josh at Dentist's Putting Up Kitchen Stove Cocoanut Dance Persiflage Country Fair Pumpkin Center Jim Lawson's Hogs Alice, Where Art Thou! Song Without Words Rose of Washington Square When My Baby Smiles at Me I'll See You in C-u-b-a Wonderful Kid From Madrid Some Day You'll Know Down In My Heart By Campbell and Burr By Sweatman'a Jazz Band Cal Stewart Van Epps Banjo Orchestra Cal Stewart ; Sibyl Sanderson Fagan Kentucky Serenaders lack Kaufman Henry Burr Red Cross Pharmacy The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop i Sharp Reductions in Hats of More Than Ordinary Interest , Most every style that you could desire. inbeautiful color ings are these smart ' FEATHER HATS at - $ 5.00. $ 6.50 and $ 8.50 Reduced from 10.00, 12.50 and 15.00 A few Vclour Hats to close out quickly at $2.00, $2.30, $3.30 Reduced from $5.00 and $6.50. Unusual Savings in Waists ' A S2.50 Waist for S1.00 ' Plain white, pretty colorings in striped and checked pat 1 terns, these are a little heavier in weight; also a few Flan i nellette Waists in this assortment. All sizes. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES SPECIAL SALE OF I Universal Lunch Kits WITH THERMOS BOTTLE Special $3.98 For mi few days only C. W. Averill & Co. Barre, Vermtnt THE WJVCffSrfi STORE Si : v.